Coronavirus: Dayton Playhouse’s FutureFest play festival to be streamed

Coronavirus: Dayton Playhouse’s FutureFest play festival to be streamed

DAYTON — The Dayton Playhouse is reformatting this year’s FutureFest and planning to produce readings of three of six scripts to be streamed online, along with live talkbacks with those finalist playwrights.

There will additionally be a series of three Playwright Dialogues with all six playwrights, interviewed by Board Chair Matt Lindsay.

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The complete list of streamed plays, more information and FutureFest t-shirts can be found here.

There will be no adjudication of the shows this year and no winner selected.

Ticket prices and availability will be announced June 19.